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John Eagle, Windy Autumn Evening 2013/14, wheel-thrown Southern Ice Porcelain with glazes and underglazes, gas-fired to 1280 – 1310°C, d. 22 cm
© The artist and Noble Photography

John Eagle | Horizons

'Horizons' is the culmination of 10 years of refining a palette of glazes to represent the rugged, weathered landscape of the Grampians, and the impact of bushfires in the region.

Exhibition

Free Entry

Dates

Saturday 20th November 2021 - Monday 18th April 2022

Time

10.00am - 4.00pm

Venue

Ararat Gallery TAMA

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John Eagle is an Ararat-based potter, renowned in Australia and internationally for his striking copper red glaze.

A graduate of RMIT, Eagle has worked with clay for over 40 years to develop his signature range of glazes that give the impression of a moving fluid surface.

He enjoyed early success in his career when selected for inclusion in the National Gallery of Victoria exhibition, Crafts Victoria ‘75. Eagle’s work has been recognised for a number of prestigious art prizes including, the National Bicentennial Art-Craft Award for Functional Pottery and ‘Craft Mark’ accreditation.

Eagle’s association with Ararat began following his artist residency at Marian College in 2004, which evolved into a dedicated teaching career with the school and the wider community.

Horizons is the culmination of 10 years of refining a palette of glazes to represent the rugged, weathered landscape of the Grampians, and the impact of bushfires in the region.

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